UK Fellowship...


I competitively applied for and was awarded the Exeter Hip Fellowship.  I spent 18 months in the Exeter Hip Unit from July 2013.  


I performed high volume primary and revision hip replacement, focusing on the use of bone cement and the use of impaction bone grafting in revision procedures.  I perfomed several research projects that have been presented at international meetings.  


Mr Kazi being awarded his Fellowship Completion with Supervisors and Colleagues at the Exeter Hip Unit

Mr Kazi (back right) with fellow colleagues and supervisors in Toronto

Mr Kazi with fellowship supervisors Drs Wadey & Cameron and fellow colleague Dr Rahman (far left)

Mr Kazi being awarded his Fellowship Completion with Supervisors and Colleagues at the Exeter Hip Unit

International fellowship...


I spent 12 months in Toronto, Canada working at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.


As Canada's biggest arthroplasty unit and trauma centre I gained high volume experience of primary and revision knee replacement as well as knee ostoeotomy and arthroplasty for patellofemoral disorders.


I was honoured to be Nominated for the Zane Cohen Fellow of the Year Award before leaving Toronto.


I have a keen interest in clinical research and outcomes.  I have presented research at a local, national and international level.  I have a broad body of published work and have recently coauthored two chapters in a textbook on hip surgery.  My research publications can be viewed below:



Implants used...


I pride myself in the use of hip and knee implants that are tried and tested with a proven pedigree and long term track record. I use only ODEP 10A* rated implanted wherever possible.  A link to the orthopaedic device evaluation panel is included below.


Further information regarding this can be discussed at the time of your consultation and will be given on request.


I follow the Exeter philosopy of data transparency and excellence in outcomes.


I completed my basic surgical training on the Mersey training programme and attained the MRCS(Eng) in June 2005.  


Following a spell in Shropshire I gained a place on the Mersey Orthopaedic Rotation in January 2007.  I then completed 6 years of specialist orthopaedic training covering all the major orthopaedic subspecialties in most hospitals in the region.


I gained the FRCS(Tr&Orth) in 2011 and my Certificate of Completion of Training in April 2013 having been on the Specialist Register since then. 


​I gained an honours degree in medicine and surgery at the University of Liverpool Medical School.


I completed an intercalated BSc in Human Anatomy midway through medical school gaining a First Class degree with Honours and was awarded a national bursary by the PPP Foundation for my efforts.


I was awarded the Association of Liverpool Medical School Elective Bursary and was winner of the Undergraduate Surgical Case Presentations in 1998.

Outside Interests...

I have a busy family life, my wife is a local GP and we have four young children.  We love the outdoors and are a family of keen sailors in the summer months, enjoying skiing in the winter.


I walk and cycle as much as possible, trying to encourage a fit and active lifestyle in my children.


As a family we enjoy days out and cooking.

Professional Memberships...
  • Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons of England

  • ​British Orthopaedic Association

  • British Hip Society

  • AO Trauma

  • British Medical Association

  • UK International Emergency Trauma Register